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MB&F HM3 Frog Zr Watch is Endangered and Expensive Too

 |  |  |  |  May 13, 2011

Have you ever spotted someone sporting a watch that looks so good, you ogled and went all googly-eyed just staring at it?

Well, the HM3 Frog Zr Watch will stare right back at you with its equally huge hour and minute domes that look like lipid pools of darkness.


I say the watch is endangered because there are only 18 of these that are reportedly being made. Talk about limited edition. And they don’t come cheap, either: they’ve been tagged with a whopping pricetag set at $92,000. If you thought the Devon Tread 1 watch was in the pricey league, then this one definitely takes the cake.


The back of the watch is coated with zirconium (hence, the Zr in the name of the watch, which is the chemical symbol for the element). A 22k gold rotor painted in a striking purple color moves the inner workings of the watch, and even the color is special: it doesn’t display the same tone or color in every angle.

It’s not yet available (but it will be soon). So if you want one, it’s best to keep your eyes and ears peeled because they will become extinct once all 18 are snatched up already.

[via A Blog To Read]